The Blue Jays played three games over the last couple of days, winning against the Braves and splitting their split-squad games against the Yankees and Phillies. The three games featured some big offensive performances and some exciting pitcher debuts. Let’s get into it!
One of the many races for spots on the Blue Jays’ 26-man roster in spring training is the one involving the team’s fifth starter.
Now here’s some news I really wasn’t expecting to see this morning. According to Ben Wagner, the Blue Jays are adding Marc Rzepczynski to camp, presumably on a minor-league deal.
Grapefruit Notes: The good and bad of Anthony Alford, the growing legend of Alejandro Kirk, and more!
I know, I know, it’s a bit of a stretch to refer to Grapefruit League games as actual baseball games, but having baseball on TV brings a warm and fuzzy feeling that winter is finally over. So let’s lean into the early spring training hype and enjoy the fact baseball is back.
The nightmare has become reality. The Blue Jays will be blacked out for Canadian viewers on MLB.tv this season as Rogers is trying to force viewers to pay for their Sportsnet NOW streaming service (which costs $19.99 per month).
Apparently the Montreal group led by Stephen Bronfman are set to become minority owners of the Tampa Bay Rays
The return of Major League Baseball to Montreal seems to be getting closer. And no, I don’t mean the Blue Jays’ annual limp-dick exhibition game at Olympic Stadium. I mean the Tampa-Montreal Expo Rays.
Since life isn’t fair, just as I had finished writing a zillion words on the 50 guys who were attending Blue Jays spring training, the team announced a list of other guys who would also be showing up to camp in Dunedin. I mean, we knew there were going to be non-roster prospects at big league camp,…